Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 12
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GA Qualitity Tool
Very well made, should last a lifetime. Used the tool to dig up parts of the yard for reseeding. The hard Georgia clay didn't bother it a bit.
September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DickB High Quality American-Made Tool!
This four-tine cultivating fork is one of the most heavy duty cultivating forks I have ever seen in my forty years of gardening! Others truly pale by comparison. It has a very sturdy fiberglass handle and a six-inch rubber handle at the top. The tines are very well-formed and will not deform under pressure. Once you see the thickness of the tines in the attached picture, you can understand why I call this a very substantial tool which will last a few lifetimes easily! You will be passing this tool down to other generations! I highly recommend this tool. You will not be disappointed!
September 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MikeLikesIt Cultivating Fork with Fiberglass Handle
The Cultivating Fork features 4 Steel tines and a fiberglass long handle. The total length is 59 1/4 in.
The fork is 4 3/4 in wide, fork (tines) are 3/8 in square steel rod. All the parts are welded so it made to last for a long time. The handle is fiberglass to you don't have to work about if you it get wet it will not hurt it. Not like the wooden handles. It comes with a limited life time warranty. This cultivating fork should last for years.
October 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Coyote Great tool
Extremely well made and very strong. Highly recommend if you want garden tools that are going to last.
July 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by sagu Good solid product
I got the 4 tine cultivator and wasn't expecting much out of it. To my surprise the tool is solidly well built and should last pretty long. It's fiberglass handle is well made and does not feel cheap. While working in the yard I could feel that I am working with a well made tool. The tines are solid and not unlike some of the cheaper ones that you might have seen. If you need a 4 tine tool then look no further.
September 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BB101 Loosen soil like a master
The first thing you notice when you pick up this cultivating fork is its build quality. You get a nice strong yet light-ish handle that is a good diameter around for excellent holding/work. Next you look at the business end and realize the amount of metal put into it is great.
The 4 tines are square shaped but made of solid metal about the diameter of a dime. They all connect at the handle in a strong looking connection. The tines themselves are of good size. About 5-6" in length.
Use on parched hardened soil; great. I live in Texas where we have not had rain for a few months. The soil has baked in the sun into a hard surface. The bully tools cultivating fork made easy work of the ground.... Well as easy as one could expect. I gave it numerous hard hits to break up the surface and it responded well and there was reduced feedback in the handle, less than you would get from a wooden handle.
I also used it to turn some soil in my vegetable garden which is well maintained and watered. Here it was great. This will be my go-to tool for garden prep.
September 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by momof2kidz Well-made gardening tool
This cultivating fork is fairly heavy-duty, and seems to be really well made. This four-tine size is useful for cultivating between garden rows and in-between plants. I appreciate that the fiberglass will never rot like wood can (yes, we have mistakenly left our tools out in the rain). As an added plus, this fork comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
May 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by EleEng Excellent for home flower beds and garden use.
This is an excellent tool for use around the home in your flower beds and garden. The tool is very heavy duty, in fact it weighs more than any of my other long handled garden tools including the shovel. It works very well in breaking up wet or dried out soil and the resulting dirt clods. It is so well made I expect it will give many years of service to me and also my grandsons. Well done Bully Tools; keep up the good work.
October 7, 2015